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The Boolean complexity of computing Chow forms

  title={The Boolean complexity of computing Chow forms},
  author={Mahmut Levent Dogan and Alperen Ali Erg{\"u}r and Elias P. Tsigaridas},
We consider the complexity of computing Chow forms and their generalization to multiprojective spaces. We develop a deterministic algorithm using resultants, and obtain a single exponential complexity upper bound. Earlier computational results for Chow forms were in the arithmetic complexity model; our result represents the first Boolean complexity bound. We also extend our algorithm to multiprojective Chow forms and obtain the first computational result in this setting. The motivation for our… 


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